Second Largest UK Brewer Hops On Tensor

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Coors is one of the worlds largest brewers and brands of beer and has a brewery in Alton, Hampshire, England. The brewery formerly owned by Bass was sold to Coors in March, 2002. Roy Browne, Head of Security, was looking for a 1st class integrated Access Control and Time & Attendance system which would help the brewery maintain control of the many visitors and vehicles that enter the site daily, and in addition help the company adhere to the European Working-Time Directive rules.

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HMP Liverpool reads fingerprints

HMP Liverpool is a major prison within the prison service employing over 900 staff. To improve the recording and monitoring of contractors and prison visitors they have installed a Tensor Prison Visitor Identification and Monitoring system that incorporates both photographic and Tensor biometric fingerprint reading capability. The system is called "PrisonPass".

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HMP Wellingborough Installs Prison Pass

HMP Wellingborough is a Category C Prison located in Northamptonshire. In January 2004 Head of Operations, Steve Goodliffe, was looking for modern computerised visitor monitoring system to stop visitors of inmates from using a false identification to gain access to the prison.

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Tensor brews up secure Access Control and Visitor Control

The Manor Park brewery site in Alton, Hampshire is part of the Molson Coors Brewers Ltd group, and site employs about 150 people. Security Co-ordinator Roy Browne was in charge of obtaining a proven and reliable method of smart card access control for the site. “We went for the Tensor system because it was the only company supplying equipment that was compliant with Working Time Regulations,” he said.

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